Mykyta Chubynsky – Presentations

6. Rigidity, self-organization and the intermediate phase of elastic networks studied with the pebble game algorithm, 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology, San Diego, CA, U.S.A., June 2013.
5. Intermediate phases in simple models of elastic network self-organization, American Ceramic Society 2010 Glass & Optical Materials Division Spring Meeting, Corning, NY, U.S.A., May 2010.
4. How to do the 3D pebble game, how good it is and how to grow rare bananas, Workshop on Recent Progress in Rigidity Theory, Banff, AB, Canada, July 2008.
3. What one bond can do to rigidity of an infinite network, Workshop on Rigidity, Flexibility, and Motion: Theory, Computation and Applications to Biomolecules, Banff, AB, Canada, July 2008.
2. Computational studies of self-organization and the intermediate phase in elastic networks, 5th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems, Lille, France, July 2005.
1. Rigidity of general 3D networks: algorithms and results, Workshop on Modeling Protein Flexibility and Motions, Banff, AB, Canada, July 2004.

7. “Diffusing diffusivity”: A model of anomalous and “anomalous Brownian” diffusion, Institute for Physics \& Astronomy, University of Potsdam, Germany, April 2013.
6. Free-solution electrophoresis of polymer conjugates and complexes, or How the DNA moves in the electric field when something is attached to it, Institute of Computational Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany, April 2013.
5. Electrophoretic motion of elongated particles in a porous medium: simulations and theory, seminar of the Regroupement québécois sur les matériaux de pointe, Montréal, QC, Canada, January 2010.
4. Rigidity percolation and self-organization of elastic networks, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada, January 2008.
3. Self-organization with equilibration in rigidity percolation, seminar of the Regroupement québécois sur les matériaux de pointe, Montréal, QC, Canada, October 2006.
2. Rigidity of random and non-random elastic networks, seminar of the Regroupement québécois sur les matériaux de pointe, Montréal, QC, Canada, October 2004.
1. Rigidity of glasses: how non-randomness matters, Brown Bag Seminar, Physics Department, Michigan State University, November 1999.

16. Electrophoresis of a polyelectrolyte attached to a solid object: A strong influence of the attachment point (abstract), APS March Meeting, San Antonio, TX, U.S.A., March 2015.
15. Electrophoresis of composite objects: effect of shape, topology and polymer stiffness (abstract), APS March Meeting, Denver, CO, U.S.A., March 2014.
14. “Diffusing diffusivity”: A model of “anomalous yet Brownian” diffusion (abstract and video), Waterloo Soft Matter Theory Conference, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, ON, Canada, December 2013.
13. “Diffusing diffusivity”: A model of anomalous and “anomalous Brownian” diffusion (abstract), 2013 CAP Congress, Montréal, QC, Canada, May 2013.
12. Optimizing lattice Monte Carlo algorithms for diffusion, 6th Workshop on Monte Carlo methods, University of Heidelberg, Germany, April 2013.
11. A Monte Carlo approach for diffusion in inhomogeneous media and the “Ito-Stratonovich dilemma” (abstract), APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD, U.S.A., March 2013.
10. Electrophoresis of DNA-protein conjugates: hydrodynamic end effects and electrostatic interactions (abstract), APS March Meeting, Boston, MA, U.S.A., March 2012.
9. A “diffusing diffusivity” model of “anomalous yet Brownian” diffusion of colloidal particles (abstract), APS March Meeting, Dallas, TX, U.S.A., March 2011.
8. Nonmonotonic size dependence of the electrophoretic mobility of stiff and slightly flexible rods in random arrays of obstacles (abstract), APS March Meeting, Portland, OR, U.S.A., March 2010.
7. Diffusion in an array of cavities in two dimensions (abstract), APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2008.
6. Self-organized criticality of elastic networks (abstract), APS March Meeting, Denver, CO, March 2007.
5. Self-organization of glass networks in a model with equilibration (abstract), APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 2006.
4. POP-ART: thermodynamically correct activated event sampling in complex materials (abstract), APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 2006.
3. An algorithm for studying rigidity in disordered 3D networks (abstract), APS March Meeting, Montréal, QC, Canada, March 2004.
2. Rigidity of central-force elastic networks in three dimensions (abstract), APS March Meeting, Austin, TX, March 2003.
1. Random bond model of rigidity percolation and modified constraint counting in covalent glasses (abstract), APS Centennial Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 1999.

12. “Diffusing diffusivity”: A model of anomalous and “anomalous Brownian” diffusion, Summer School on Polymers in Soft and Biological Matter, Boulder, CO, U.S.A., July 2012.
11. Mobility and band broadening in capillary and microchip electrophoresis: Theoretical considerations and computer simulations, 23rd International Symposium on MicroScale Bioseparations, Boston, MA, February 2009.
10. Self-organized critical intermediate phase of elastic networks, Conference on Structure and Dynamics in Soft Matter and Biomolecules: From Single Molecules to Ensembles, ICTP, Trieste, Italy, June 2007.
9. Self-organized critical intermediate phase of elastic networks, RQMP Annual Meeting, Montréal, QC, Canada, May 2007.
8. Sampling of rugged potential energy landscapes: the thermodynamically-weighted activation-relaxation technique, Workshop on Flexibility in Biomolecules, Tempe, AZ, May 2005.
7. A temperature-driven rigidity transition in a system of “sticky disks”, Dynamic Energy Landscapes and Functional Systems Conference, Santa Fe, NM, March-April 2004.
6. Self-organization, the intermediate phase and tunneling in network glasses, Conference on Local and Nanoscale Structure in Complex Systems, Santa Fe, NM, January 2002.
5. Self-organized percolation: intermediate phase, backbones, filaments, 15th Annual CFMR Symposium, Michigan State University, March 2001.
4. Connectivity and rigidity percolation on self-organizing network, 14th Annual CFMR Symposium, Michigan State University, February 2000.
3. Rigidity in a model of self-organizing glassy networks, 47th Midwest Solid State Conference, Ohio University, October 1999.
2. Random bond model of rigidity percolation in covalent glasses, 13th Annual CFMR Symposium, Michigan State University, March 1999.
1. Bethe lattice model of rigidity percolation in glasses (presented with A. J. Rader), 46th Midwest Solid State Conference, Iowa State University, October 1998.